|This or soy cheese...hmmm.|
|I ordered this kind from vitacost.com and it's lasted about 3 months. Ka-ching!|
It really is just that good. I've experiemented with making my own pizza dough, and it's come out beautifully, but I've also made this with store-bought (hello, SuperTarget!) crust.
|Homemade whole wheat crust with pineapple, peppers, zucchini, onions, and olives|
If you want to make your own crust (don't knock it until you've tried it!), follow my recipe for (Really) Easy Pizza Dough.
|Store-bough Target crust with pesto, mushrooms, tomatoes, peppers, and spinach|
Either way, once I have a crust, I brush it with olive oil, sprinkle liberally with nutritional yeast (probably close to 1/4 c.), spread on some pesto, and add whatever veggies are in my fridge at the moment. I don't have a pizza stone or anything (want to buy me one?), so my homemade dough is just spread out on a thin cookie sheet (see above). I pop that baby in a 400 degree oven for 25 minutes and then sit back and relax as everyone coos over my Martha Stewart-like skills.
Make it once without any cheese and see what you think. If you totally have to have it, then sprinkle a little on the next time. Considering a slice of cheese-only Dominoes pizza has 312 calories per slice, The Preppy Vegan version is much more bikini friendly. A slice of my homemade version above has about 140 calories, a ton of fiber, and an insignificant amount of fat, even if you put pesto on there. Sounds like a pretty good deal, right? It is.